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Title
Date
Chronology
 
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Agora 11, s. 178, p. 159Arm from Small Herm
Shaft of Miniature Herm
R.S. Young, Hesperia, XX, 1951, p. 271, no. 2, pl. 84, b
Arm of Miniature Herm
R.S. Young, Hesperia, XX, 1951, p. 271, no. 3, pl. 84, b
Arm of Small Herm
Fragment of Miniature Herm Bust
Cistern
Robinson, Agora, V, Group F
Marble Phallos, Probably for Attachment to a Herm
Fill
Graindor, B.C.H., XXXIX, 1915, pp. 241-401
1949
1952
1950
1937
1931
1959
4th B.C.
2nd half of 5th B.C.
2nd-4th quarter of 1st B.C.
 
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Agora 7, s. 243, p. 227Well
Hesperia, VIII, 1939, pp. 214, 216-217
Cistern
Howland type 39
Fill
Howland type 44 D
Hesperia, XXIV, 1955, p. 283, no. 6
Other
Howland type 40 A
Agora, IV, pp. 242-243
Agora, V, Group H, pp. 46-49
Agora, V, Group F, pp. 10-21
Howland type 43 C
Howland type 44 A
Howland type 48 A
Howland type 50 A
Hesperia, VIII, 1949, pp. 214-215
Howland type 52 C
Howland type 52 E
Howland type 54 A
Howland type 57
Agora, IV, p. 243
Howland type 44 C
Pit
Agora, IV, p. 244
Howland type 49 A
Howland type 52 B
Howland type 52 H
Howland type 53
Howland type 55 C
Hesperia, V, 1936, p. 88
 Early 1st-Late 5th A.D.
1st half of 3rd A.D.
6th A.D.
Late 1st A.D.
3rd A.D.
4th-6th A.D.
2nd half of 5th-6th A.D.
1st-Early 2nd A.D.
5th A.D.
2nd half of 1st-1st half of 2nd A.D.
6th-7th A.D.
Late 5th-Early 6th A.D.
Mid 1st-Middle of 2nd A.D.
1st half of 2nd A.D.
2nd quarter of 1st B.C.-End of 1st B.C.
1st A.D.
5th-6th A.D.
Mid 1st-1st half of 2nd A.D.
200-267 A.D.
1st-3rd A.D.
Early 1st A.D.
4th A.D.
2nd half of 1st-Early 2nd A.D.
3rd quarter of 5th A.D.
 
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Agora 7, s. 245, p. 229Index
General Index
A-
Athena
Abaskantos
Achilles
Athens
Athena Promachos
Shrine of Demos and the Graces
Aegean area
Dipoleia
Africa
Hephaisteion cult statue
Agapios
Herulian destruction
Isis cult
Agora, V, Groups
Kerameikos
Agora, V, Group F
Cistern
Odeion in Agora
Agora, V, Group G
Pan sanctuarly on Ilissos
Parthenon west pediment
Agora, V, Group H
Fill
Phaedrus bema
Pnyx fortifications
Agora, V, Group J
Well
Pompeion
Sarapieion
Agora, V, Group K
Pit
Sulla
Agora, V, Group L
Atimetos
Agora, V, Group M
Atticus
Air-hole
Augustan period
Aktaios
Alaric
Balerios
Alexandria
Bases
Alexandros
Bases; Arcs, raised
Alpha globule lamps
Bases; Bird pecking grapes
Bases; Branch, incised
Animal handles
Antefixes, Odeion in Agora
Antonines
Antonios
Aphrod-
Aphrodisios
Aphrodite Hegemone
Apollonios
Apollophanes
Arcadius, coins of
Archetype
Argos
Ariston
Arretine potters
Asia Minor
Bases; Branch, inverted incised
Asia Minor lamps
Atha-
Athe-
   
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Agora 4, s. 253, p. 243Type 23 C Prime; Flat Rims; Tall Closed Bodies; Unglazed Exteriors
Type 27 A; Small Lamps with Central Tubes; Small Blunt Nozzles; Flat Rims
Type 37 Variants; Collars or Collar-Like Rims; Various Additional Features
Type 42 C; Moulded; with Moulded Lugs; Curved and Flat-Rimmed Nozzles
Type 43 A; Concave or Ridged Tops; Delphiniform Lugs Cast in Upper Mould
Type 45 A; Earliest Imported Relief Lamps
Type 46 A; Traditional Body Design; Decorated Tops; Ridge around Filling-Hole
Type 30 B; Lamps with Open Bodies; Curved Profiles; Roughly Made
Type 25 A; Globular Bodies; Thick Bases
Type 25 A Prime; Globular Bodies; Thick Bases; Unglazed
Type 25 B; Globular Bodies; Thick Bases; Pierced Lugs Added
Type 25 B Prime; Globular Bodies; Thick Bases; Pierced Lugs Added; Unglazed
Type 25 D Prime; Flat Tops; Heavy Bases; Unglazed
Miscellaneous Moulded Lamps; Hellenistic through Early Roman, both Plain and Decorated
Type 50 D; Miscellaneous Imported Lamps of Gray Clay
Type 27 D; Small Lamps with Central Rods; Double Tubular Nozzles
Type 43 D; Moulded; "Poor Relations"; Wide Bodies with Concave Ridged Tops
Type 54 A; Early Roman; Garland of Olive Leaves and Berries; Long Grooved Nozzles
Signed Bases
Type 33 A; "Poor Relations"; Generally Curved Profiles; Tops Rounded or Concave
Type 35 D; Early Roman; Deeply Depressed Tops; Slightly Curved Side Walls
Agora V, Group F
Type 44 A; Moulded; Undecorated; Pointed Nozzles with Ridge or Grooves on Top
Type 50 A; Knidos Lamps (Mouldmade)
Type 52 C; Early Roman; Rays with Single Lug
Type 52 E; Early Roman; Rays without Lugs; Flat Tops; Grooves on Nozzles
Pit
Type 57; Early Roman; Garlanded Boukrania
Type 43 C; Wide Concave Ridged Tops
Type 48 A; Late Hellenistic Relief Lamps; Nozzles Oval and Grooved
Well
Type 17 B; Lamps with Dotted Ridges around Rim's Borders
Type 2 B; Lamps with Incurved Rims; Long Nozzles; Unglazed
Hesperia, XXII, 1953, p. 39
Type 44 C; Moulded; Undecorated; Nozzles with Rounded Tops and Pointed Ends
Type 9; Smyrna Lamps; Bridged Nozzles
Type 1; Cocked Hat Lamps; Unglazed
Type 55 B; Early Roman; Imbricated Leaf Decoration; Concave Top and Grooved Nozzle
Hesperia, XXIII, 1954, pp. 72-74
Cistern
Type 26 B; Central Tubes with Covered Askoid Bodies
Type 23 C; Flat Rims; Tall Closed Bodies
Type 35 A; Late Hellenistic; Deeply Depressed Tops; Deeply Sloping Side Walls
Type 39 Variants; Globular Lamps with Small Raised Rims around Filling-Holes; Variant Features
Type 21 A; Curved Rims; Plain Bottoms
Type 37 A; Collars Added to Angular Bodies
Type 37 B; Collars Added to Globular Bodies; Pointed Nozzles
Type 51 D; Very Large Late Hellenistic Relief Lamps; Pointed Nozzles
Hesperia, VIII, 1939, p. 216
Type 51 Variants; Various Late Hellenistic Relief Lamps; Pointed and Lined Nozzles
Type 25 C Prime; Domed Tops; Heavy Bases; Unglazed
Type 28 A; Blister Ware Lamps; Curved Profiles
Type 28 B; Blister Ware Lamps; Angular Profiles
Type 29 A; Lamps with Watch-Shaped Lagynos Profiles; Narrow Ridges around Filling-Holes
Type 42 A; Moulded; Globular Bodies and Thick Bases
Type 55 C; Early Roman; Imbricated Leaf Decoration; Flat Tops
Type 46 D; Traditional Body Design; Decorated Flat Tops
Type 46 B; Traditional Body Design; Decorated Tops; Broad Rim around Filling-Hole
Type 42 D; Moulded; with Moulded Lugs; Flat-Topped Nozzles
Type 43 B; Raised Edges around Flat Tops
Type 36 A; Curved Bodies Pulled into Collars around Filling-Holes; Early Versions
Type 32; Closed Bodies with Concave Tops; Double Convex Profile; Flat-Topped Nozzles
Type 47 B; Decorated Lamps of Unusual Shapes; Athenian Kite-Shaped Lamps
Type 24 C Prime; Grooved or Ridged Rims; Curved Closed Bodies; Unglazed Exteriors
Type 45 C; Local Athenian Variations of Imported Relief Lamps
Type 46 C; Traditional Body Design; Decorated Tops; Rims and Lugs Subordinate to Decoration
Hesperia, VIII, 1939, p. 212
Type 52 F; Early Roman; Rays without Lugs; Flat Tops; Channels on Nozzles
Type 3; Cocked Hat Lamps; Glazed and Wheelmade
Type 4; Cocked Hat Lamps; Glazed and Wheelmade; Overhanging Rims
Fill
 Early 3rd B.C.
Late 2nd B.C.
2nd-1st B.C.
75-25 B.C.
1st half of 6th B.C.
1st half of 2nd A.D.
3rd quarter of 7th B.C.
1st half of 1st A.D.
350-320 B.C.
Late 2nd-Early 1st B.C.
480-479 B.C.
2nd quarter of 1st B.C.
1st quarter of 3rd B.C.
1st A.D.-267 A.D.
Middle of 3rd B.C.
3rd B.C.
300 B.C.
2nd half of 3rd B.C.
1st B.C.
Late 7th B.C.
250 B.C.-Early in 3rd quarter of 3rd B.C.
 
 Agora XXIX, no. 1579  Context of 110-75 
 F 19:1Stratified well23 May-10 June 1939Second half 3rd c.-early 5th c. A.D. 
 F 12:3.1Top Group13-16 April 1934290-250 B.C. 
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PD 138 (DA 3452)Cistern D (79/ΜΗ-84/NΣT) in section X.1937